Safety of Lithium Battery and Disposal of Used Battery
The so-called safety refers to avoiding unacceptable risks. It runs through all links of production, sales, transportation, use, and handling, and is closely related to people’s lives and property.
Lithium batteries, especially lithium sub-cells, are different from traditional aqueous primary batteries because they contain active metallic lithium and high specific energy. It is safe to master the characteristics of lithium batteries and operate, transport and use strictly according to the manufacturer's requirements. Lithium batteries do not contain heavy metals, no secondary pollution to the environment, and are environmentally friendly 'green batteries'.
Compared with traditional primary batteries, lithium batteries have a shorter production history, and their characteristics are not well-known to all kinds of people.
The design, packaging, and electrical appliances of the lithium battery have been misused in a reasonable and predictable manner. Many measures have been taken. However, due to negligence in operation and unforeseen misuse, there are still occasional battery releases and even explosions. A safe accident occurred. If you encounter this kind of situation, you should first calmly deal with it. Isolate the surrounding flammable and explosive materials. If there is combustion, use dry powder fire extinguishers, dry sand or flame-retardant materials to cover and extinguish, and never use water.
If the contents of the battery splash on the skin, especially the eyes, it should be rinsed off with clean water immediately. In severe cases, seek medical attention immediately. The company's large-capacity ER26500M and ER34615M power lithium batteries adopt safety valve technology, which can avoid the vicious accident of accidental battery explosion.
Safety information: (GB8897.4-2008P13-14) Disposal of waste batteries: soak the waste batteries in a 5% salt water solution, put the remaining voltage to 0V, and then dispose of them in accordance with local environmental protection regulations. Buried about 1 meter underground.Share to: